FORMER Wanderers midfielder Brandon Comley is training with League Two side Carlisle United.

Comley has been without a club since leaving the Whites back in November after agreeing to terminate the remainder of his contract.

The Montserrat international arrived at the UniBol on a free transfer in the summer of 2020 and went on to make 15 appearances for the club.

Comley is now training with former side Carlisle, who he spent time with in the 2015/16 campaign while on loan from QPR.

“He’s got a history at the club, people knew him, so when they mentioned him I looked at video clips of what he is and who he is,” said manager Keith Millen.

“I met the lad, liked him, but I made it clear that I wasn’t in a position to offer him a contract at that stage. I wanted to have a look at him in training, so he’s been with us as he gets himself fitter.

“The problem is with some out of contract players, when they’ve not played much football, it’s very difficult for me to make a judgement on them because you’re not seeing them when they’re fully fit.

“Brandon’s training with us, getting fitter, and he’s one that I will probably look at next Tuesday in our in-house practice game, so at least I can see him in an 11 v 11 situation.”

Millen’s men sit 21st in the League Two table, having picked up 22 points from their opening 22 fixtures.

He added: “I’m open-minded on it, but he’s the type I’m looking for. If there’s a midfielder who’s good on the ball, can see a pass, knows the position, I would look at it.

“People know him better than I do because he’s been here before. It’s down to me to have a look at him now and consider whether or not he’ll enhance what we’ve got.

“But I won’t, and I’ve said it to the lad, just drag it along for the sake of dragging it along, because he needs to sort himself out somewhere. We’ll probably have more of a discussion next week.”